Re: ANNC: mkvimball
- hermitte@... wrote:
> Charles E Campbell Jr <drchip@...> wrote:Not so far in the vimball itself. However, if there's a plugin
>> I've written a small C program, mkvimball, which generates vimballs; use
>> it from the .vim/ directory. You may get a copy of it at:
>> http://mysite.verizon.net/astronaut/src/index.html#MKVIMBALL . Its good
>> for use inside shell scripts, for example.
> Thanks! That sounds like a good news to me.
> BTW, is there a way to define dependencies between vimballs?
> For instance, I have lh-cpp that depends on mu-template, which depends on
> lh-vim-lib and lh-map-tools, which depends also depends on lh-vim-lib.
> Is there a automated way to define aggregations of sub-vimballs without the need
> to duplicate the list of files, or may be to fetch other vimballs from website
> (like GetLastScript, IIRC) ?
involved, it can have multiple GetLatestVimScripts lines with
(plugin-author determined) :AutoInstall: qualifiers. Align.vim has two
such lines itself (Align.vim and cecutil.vim).
Vimballs themselves aren't much more than concatenations of the
requested files (there's a bit of path and file size information, too).
Vimball users get auto-helptags and the ability to remove
vimball-generated output (except possibly for directories -- which I'm
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